Local Maintenance & Improvement Grant (LMIG) ​

The LMIG program has been developed in cooperation with ACCG, GMA, and others. The annual LMIG allocation is based on the total centerline road miles for each local road system and the total population of each county or city as compared with the total statewide centerline road miles and total statewide population. The LMIG program will allow local governments greater flexibility and quicker project delivery while allowing us to effectively administer the program with a reduced workforce and new funding match requirements. 

Online LMIG Application

LMIG Application​​​​​​

Starting on July 1st, the Department will receive and process Fiscal Year 2024 LMIG applications electronically through ou​r GRANTS (LMIG) Application System. Select the LMIG Application Icon below to begin your application. Select the LMIG Tutorial Icon below for step-by-step instructions on completing the electronic application process.

LMIG ApplicationLMIG Tutorial

By the Numbers

FY 22

5 Days

Application Approval  Timeline


Projects receiving funding


Increase in LMIG funds since 2015





If you have any questions about the pro​​​gram, please contact your District State Aid Coordinator.​

District One – Gainesville(770) 519-0118
District Two – Tennille(478) 553-3383
District Three – Thomaston(706) 646-7505
District Four – Tifton(229) 391-5438
District Five – Jesup(912) 530-4396
District Six – Cartersville(678) 721-5293
District Seven – Chamblee770-216-3880

For general questions, please contact:

Office of Local Grants
600 West Peachtree Street, NW - 17th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 631-1002